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Snob for Peace

Snob for Peace Cause Button Museum
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SNOB FOR PEACE
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Black text on a white background

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(union bug)

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In 1969, President Nixon's Vice President, Spiro Agnew, made the comment that anti-Vietnam War protestors were "an effete corps of impudent snobs." Following his statement, protestors took his phrase and turned it into their slogan. This button was most likely worn by anti-war activists.

Catalog ID: 
CA0580
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